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Poster: William Tell Date: Jan 25, 2011 6:27pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Don't you hate computers sometimes?

I agree with SDH, Flow--you really topped it off with that one. I can barely set these lines up; fortunately, the likes of you, SDH & Rob are around to hit homers off my poor pitching!

My apologies, Jim, for making light of your problem--I am such a computer geek I couldn't even relate to it...and to you, RLO, for once again assisting in the downward spiral of thread. Hope you got a laugh or two out of some of it.

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Poster: Jim F Date: Jan 25, 2011 11:06pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Don't you hate computers sometimes?

Haha it's cool, man, I'm getting a kick out of where this has gone actually. I suppose a guy who makes a post about losing all his bookmarks probably comes across as someone who takes things too seriously, but I'm totally not, I don't at all mind a good thread hijack or joke at my expense. "Facebook with a soundtrack" in particular cracked me up.

It's not the end of the world, it's more all the time I'd spent organizing everything that I hated losing. Lots and lots of links to shows I wanted to stream and/or download, a whole bunch of links to torrents I've been meaning to get to on dime, LL, WT, Trader's Den, etc. All kinds of rapidshare and yousendit links, youtube links, stuff like that. I had folders for all my favorite artists, with subfolders for torrents, interviews, articles, pictures, you name it (my Floyd section is the one I particularly hated to lose, Floyd music and info isn't quite as organized on the internets as GD stuff is). Then all the easy to replace but time consuming ones like here, my email, various message boards, etc.

At any rate, I appreciate the links people have posted. Long story of how I lost it, but I intentionally clicked on "permanently delete," so the recycle bin is not an option. I also tried running a system restore, but that didn't work either. I'm at the acceptance part of the grief cycle now. Just gotta remind myself how 10 years ago I'd have never even imagined I would have had all that music and information and such all categorized and one simple click away, and how I managed to get on with life just fine back then. It still sucks though.

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Poster: high flow Date: Jan 26, 2011 12:00pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Don't you hate computers sometimes?

Sorry Jim. That is a real bummer!

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